Industry challenges Connecticut's suit over defective construction work

The dispute arose over multimillion-dollar leaks at the University of Connecticut's law library.

January 26, 2012 |

In a case with wide implications for contractors, the construction industry asked Connecticut's Supreme Court to block the state from invoking a 13th-century legal doctrine that the state claims allows it to wait decades before suing for defective work on public works projects.

The dispute arose over multimillion-dollar leaks at the University of Connecticut's law library.

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